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R&M introduces new mechanism for MPO and LC connectors

R&M is helping users ensure simpler insertion and removal of FO patch cords. Network technicians also operate the new push-pull mechanism for MPO and...

R&M’s LAN trends and solutions for 2020

Reichle & De-Massari (R&M) has presented its market outlook for 2020. Let's take a closer look at the challenges and trends, along with the...

R&M’s Market Outlook 2020 – Towards a unified future

Reichle & De-Massari (R&M) has presented its market outlook for 2020. Looking ahead, we'd like to share some insights into developments in Public, Data...

DIGISOL to conduct its DCCI program in Mumbai

DIGISOL Systems will be conducting DIGISOL Certified Cabling Installer (DCCI) on Structured Cabling Systems (SCS) in Mumbai on January 17 and 18. DCCI program...

Fast cabling for colocation data centres

R&M is launching a program for colocation data centres. "We are freeing the operators from time-consuming planning and cabling. Wherever in the world their...

Digisol to launch its ConvergeX SCS in different cities

DIGISOL Systems will be launching its enterprise structured cabling series ConvergeX in Goa, Kolkata, Pune, Chennai and Ahmedabad in November. Digisol’s newly announced ConvergeX series...

R&M develops thinner cables for data centers with thinLine

R&M, the globally active developer and provider of cabling systems for high-quality network infrastructures, based in Wetzikon, Switzerland, is shrinking RJ45 patch cords. The...

Siemon strengthens its operations in India

Siemon India, an arm of The Siemon Company, a US-headquartered leading global network infrastructure specialist, opened a new warehouse facility at Chennai today. Siemon...

R&M launches Cat. 8.1 System for all applications

R&M is launching a universal Cat. 8.1 cabling system. It supports the fastest data transmission local networks with structured copper cabling, namely up to...

Structured cabling for Edge Computing

The exponential growth of data traffic is making it necessary to rethink today’s network structures. Infrastructures for edge computing are already being created. The edge trend is leading to a paradigm shift in cabling

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AI-based ‘smart’ communication way to go during a pandemic

Daily life during a pandemic means social distancing and finding new ways to remotely connect with friends, family and co-workers via Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based ‘smart systems could play a major role in keeping our conversations on track, say researchers

App developed to locate essential supplies amid lockdown in Bengaluru

With the 21-day Covid lockdown disrupting supply chain since March 25, a city-based techie developed an application (app) to enable the people locate essential supplies in the neighbourhood, said his start-up

AI can predict corona patients’ risk if they need ventilators

As companies the world over commit to make ventilators to meet the demand, researchers are now developing computer models based on artificial intelligence (AI) that calculate the risk of an individual patient's need for a ventilator or intensive care